Reconstituting Sovereignty: Post-Dayton Bosnia Uncovered
This expansive account of new theoretical approaches to international relations theory contains detailed genealogy of the nation-state structure including specifically Balkan nationalism and analyzes the Dayton Peace Accord. It will be useful for students, academics and policy makers working/studying in the fields of international relations, post-Cold War security, Balkan/Bosnian history and comparative politics.
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The Creation of Dispersed Vertical
A Constructed Entity
A Construction of Necessity
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State Building and International Intervention in Bosnia
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